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Topic # 189157 18-Dec-2015 18:04
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Hello when I login to My Vodafone is see two bars down the bottom representing an unknown service add on


Anyone have any ideas what they represent

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  Reply # 1453187 18-Dec-2015 19:19
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I know what it is but hard to explain I can sort them out DM me your mobile number

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  Reply # 1453662 19-Dec-2015 21:04
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@urbanNz9 What handset are you viewing this on?

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  Reply # 1453693 19-Dec-2015 23:10
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I would like to know as well.



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  Reply # 1453755 20-Dec-2015 07:30
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I'm viewing that page using Safari on an iPhone 6S Plus. I've seen these two bars of data since I stared my phone plan. Not quite sure why they're there.

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  Reply # 1453771 20-Dec-2015 09:13
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urbanNz9: I'm viewing that page using Safari on an iPhone 6S Plus. I've seen these two bars of data since I stared my phone plan. Not quite sure why they're there.


@urbanNz9 Please install the official ' My Vodafone ' App from the Apple App store

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/using-myvodafone/

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  Reply # 1453918 20-Dec-2015 14:21
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John - is there an app available (or coming) for Windows Phone? I would happily use such an app if it was available.

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  Reply # 1453958 20-Dec-2015 16:03
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quickymart: John - is there an app available (or coming) for Windows Phone? I would happily use such an app if it was available.


Nope

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  Reply # 1454211 21-Dec-2015 09:22
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johnr:
quickymart: John - is there an app available (or coming) for Windows Phone? I would happily use such an app if it was available.


Nope


Not your department I know, but for Dylan etc can we please get on to that.

MS are bending over backwards to make it easy for apps to be ported to WP now, and WP phones have been the standard enterprise phone at the last 3 places I've worked.








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  Reply # 1454355 21-Dec-2015 11:15
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Lias:
johnr:
quickymart: John - is there an app available (or coming) for Windows Phone? I would happily use such an app if it was available.


Nope


Not your department I know, but for Dylan etc can we please get on to that.

MS are bending over backwards to make it easy for apps to be ported to WP now, and WP phones have been the standard enterprise phone at the last 3 places I've worked.



I'm sure the team are periodically looking into options etc, but I don't have any news at this stage.



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  Reply # 1454361 21-Dec-2015 11:22
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johnr:
urbanNz9: I'm viewing that page using Safari on an iPhone 6S Plus. I've seen these two bars of data since I stared my phone plan. Not quite sure why they're there.


@urbanNz9 Please install the official ' My Vodafone ' App from the Apple App store

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/using-myvodafone/


Yep I have the app. Just wondering why https://vodafone.co.nz/myaccount shows those two unknown service add-ons.

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